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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Next Move. John Bull. "That horse looks as if it wanted watering." Stanley Baldwin. "I did take him to the pond, Mister, but I couldn't make him drink." John Bull. "Well, don't stop at that. Try him with the pump." (cartoon showing John Bull as a landowner and Stanley Baldwin as a farmer leading his Coal Industry horse from the Sweet Reasonableness pond to the Legislature water pump as a Commision Report bucket lies empty during the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Next Move. John Bull. "That horse looks as if it wanted watering." Stanley Baldwin. "I did take him to the pond, Mister, but I couldn't make him drink." John Bull. "Well, don't stop at that. Try him with the pump." (cartoon showing John Bull as a landowner and Stanley Baldwin as a farmer leading his Coal Industry horse from the Sweet Reasonableness pond to the Legislature water pump as a Commision Report bucket lies empty during the InterWar era)